Congratulations to Participants in CSDE’s Grant Writing Workshop
Posted: 9/26/2019 (CSDE Workshop)
Congratulations to CSDE’s 2019 summer grant writing program participants including Professor Arthur Acolin (College of Built Environment), Dr. Avanti Adhia (Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center), Dr. Engi Attia (School of Medicine), Marlaine Figueroa Gray (Kaiser Permanente), Jessica Jones-Smith (School of Public Health), and Melanie Martin (Department of Anthropology). These early-career scholars were mentored by program director, Professor Kyle Crowder (Department of Sociology) and senior mentors, including Professor David Grembowski (Department of Health Services), Professor Adrian Dobra (Department of Statistics), Professor Grace John-Stewart (Department of Global Health), Professor Heather Hill (Evans School of Public Policy & Governance), and Professor Dan Eisenberg (Department of Anthropology). The program is designed to assist early-career scholars and those who are relatively new to the process of writing applications for grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Participants were coached through the process of developing a competitive application by workshop leader Kyle Crowder. After learning about NIH grant mechanisms, grant-writing, and reviewing, each participant received feedback on their proposals from senior faculty mentors.
By the way, if you are interested in submitting your own sponsored project proposal through CSDE please check out our Proposal Planning Form to get the process started.